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Mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) are a global invader with a tangled history with humanity as agents of biocontrol and models for ecology and evolution. We have studied populations of these fish... Event details IAE Seminar Series: Temperature drives plastic and evolutionary change in a globally invasive fish
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A University of Canberra researcher participated in a global research project that analysed plant litter in seasonal streams and found the world’s river systems could be releasing much higher levels of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than previously thought
Brad Moggridge’s research into traditional Aboriginal knowledge of water may deliver better ways to survive in one of the world’s driest continents
Leading researcher Emma Johnston has warned that climate change and increased nutrient flows are impacting Australia’s coastal zones
New University of Canberra-led research has found the sweet-faced sugar glider is an introduced pest in Tasmania